I missed to check the "Supress the EULA................" button on Adobe Customization Wizard. How do we disable the EULA (End User License Agreement) using installshield? Also is it possible to load the MST (already edited using InstallShield 2012) back to the Adobe Customization Wizard and apply changes, and load it back to InstallShield again?

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Answered 04/25/2013 by: jagadeish
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  • Great, it worked. How about the EulaReallySuppress property. I noticed that there as well, and its value was 0
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It should be fine to open it in installshield and then back into ACW. Just make a backup just in case, and note some installshield changes (to check that the ACW didnt nuke ur changes on save).

Another way to do it is make the no EULA MST with ACW only, then opne it with Orca or InstEd! It will highlight the change for you, then you can apply that yourself through Installshield.

All the best, Riley.

Answered 04/25/2013 by: rileyz
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  • My guess is the EULA is just a property change.
  • Great help. It works this way as well. I followed the property though. Easy easy !
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It can be done very easily with customization wizard 11

Answered 04/26/2013 by: ninjaman
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